This course presents an introduction to Electrical Energy Systems. It is divided into two sections, introduction to the electromechanical energy conversion process and the analysis of three-phase electrical systems. In the first section, electromagnetic systems are analyzed utilizing the law of conservation of energy to develop mathematical models to represent energy conversions from electrical to magnetic and magnetic to mechanical. These mathematical models are used to develop equivalent circuits to represent the electrical, magnetic and mechanical systems. In the second section on three-phase electromagnetic systems, the analysis of these systems are performed by utilizing their electric and magnetic equivalent circuits to produce the vector voltage and current phasors associated with the electromagnetic system. These vector voltage and current phasors are used to analyse the system and deduce and improve its performance.

Course Code: 
 Level 1
 3 Credits
 Semester 2